Wall Street Journal - - 56 minutes ago
HERZLIYA, Israel -- Israel's military formally reprimanded two senior officers for ordering artillery barrages during the Gaza War last January in which a United Nations compound was hit with incendiary white phosphorous munitions, ...
Israel Rebukes 2 for UN Gaza Compound Shelling New York Times
Los Angeles Times - - 15 minutes ago
Reporting from Washington - The United States, China and dozens of other countries accounting for nearly 80% of the world's greenhouse gas emissions have signed onto a voluntary agreement to curb climate change.
Countries Submit Emission Goals New York Times
Wall Street Journal - - 19 minutes ago
A female suicide bomber on Monday killed at least 41 Shiite pilgrims in northern Baghdad who were making an annual pilgrimage to the holy city of Karbala.
The Associated Press
US envoy: March vote in Iraq must be seen as fair Washington Post
New York Times - - 32 minutes ago
Two militant Islamist groups announced Monday that they were joining forces and that they were now part of the “international jihad of Al Qaeda.
Shelling kills at least 15 in Somalia CNN International
Reuters - - 8 hours ago
NICOSIA (Reuters) - United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon said on Monday leaders of divided Cyprus must make more effort if a peace deal is to be successfully concluded and that both had pledged to work on a deal as soon as possible.
UN Leader Seeks Elusive Unity Deal in Cyprus New York Times
Reuters - - 5 hours ago
BEIJING/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Chinese state media blasted the United States on Monday for a planned $6.4 billion arms package for Taiwan, while US officials said they hoped fallout from the flap would be limited and temporary.
US Regrets Chinese Reaction to Taiwan Arms Sale Voice of America
Aljazeera.net - 44 minutes ago
Haiti's prime minister has said it is clear to him that a US church group which tried to take a busload of undocumented Haitian children out of the country knew "what they were doing was wrong".
The Associated Press
Voice of America - - 7 hours ago
Photo: AP Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama blesses a police officer at the Rigon Thupten Mindrolling monastery, at Jeerang, about 300 kilometers (186 miles) from Bhubaneswar, India, 11 Jan. 2010 (file photo) Two envoys of the Tibetan spiritual ...
China sticks to hard line in talks on Tibet Washington Post
ABC Online - - 2 hours ago
The move by President Mahinda Rajapakse is one of the biggest shake-ups of Sri Lanka's top brass in decades. (AFP: Lakruwan Wanniarachchi) Sri Lanka's President Mahinda Rajapakse has sacked a dozen senior ...
Major purge in Sri Lankan Army The Hindu